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Jim Maloney

Cold Outside, Chili inside

Cold Outside, 

Chili Inside

Above, Members of the Delhi culinary team Jessica Shultis, Juli Chavez, Carly Yezzo, Peter Blayne, Alex Johnson and Dan Hess of the Delhi Culinary Team took top honors with their beef and duck chili in both People’s Choice and Firefighter’s choice this year at the 14th Annual Chili Bowl held at CANO this afternoon. Chili fans could sample nearly thirty different chilies that ranged from sweet to spicy. At right, Tim Gargash, Oneonta receives his Most Artistic Bowl award from CANO President Jim Maloney for his winning bowl  that depicted a sculpted octopus climbing over a ship.  As popularity of the event grown, so have the crowds. To help elevate the issue, CANO moved some of the chili contestants to an outdoor tent, thereby providing guetst with some much appreciated elbow room. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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Fire Department Shares First Findings of Risk Assessment

Fire Department Shares First

Findings of Risk Assessment

Demi Manesis, a Hartwick College intern for the Oneonta Fire Dept.explains the data analysis for the Community Risk Assessment, which she presented with Jim Maloney to Common Council this evening. Using data from the County, the first analysis of the data showed that the majority of Oneonta structures are of moderate risk, based on occupancy, size and updated building codes. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Demi Manesis, a Hartwick College student interning for the Oneonta Fire Department, explains the data analysis for the Community Risk Assessment, which she presented with Jim Maloney to Common Council this evening. Using property data from the county, the first analysis showed that the majority of Oneonta structures are of moderate risk, based on occupancy, size and updated building codes.  From here, Maloney said, the department will assess each individual structure in Oneonta and develop a Standard of Cover document, which will help the Fire/EMS department determine staffing levels for various calls. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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CANO Celebrates New Colors, Says Goodbye to Board President

CANO Celebrates New Colors,

Says Goodbye To Its President

At a reception tonight thanking everyone's effort in the facelifting of the Wilber Mansion, CANO board president Annie Kuhn and board member Jim Maloney acknowledged that volunteers are still needed to keep CANO active in the community. In addition, Kuhn announced that she would be stepping down from the board, and a search for a new president would begin shortly. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
At a reception tonight thanking everyone’s effort in the facelifting of the Wilber Mansion, CANO board president Annie Kuhn and board member Jim Maloney acknowledged that volunteers are still needed to keep CANO active in the community. In addition, Kuhn announced that she would be stepping down from the board, and a search for a new president would begin shortly. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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